Fertility franchise to offer millennials ‘pay as you go’ egg freezing for as little as $5 a day

 An Asian fertility franchise setting up shop in Melbourne says it will ‘transform’ the fertility management industry by providing ‘pay as you go’ egg freezing to millennial women.

XY.Life clinics, owned by Borderless Healthcare Group, says women will be able to freeze their eggs for as little as $5 a day.

The practice is called ‘social egg freezing’, allowing a woman to retain the possibility of trying to have a child with her own eggs later in life, even after she has become infertile.

A fertility franchise setting up in Australia says it will 'transform' the fertility industry by providing 'pay as you go' egg freezing to millennial women for as low as $5 a day (file photo)

A fertility franchise setting up in Australia says it will 'transform' the fertility industry by providing 'pay as you go' egg freezing to millennial women for as low as $5 a day (file photo)

A fertility franchise setting up in Australia says it will ‘transform’ the fertility industry by providing ‘pay as you go’ egg freezing to millennial women for as low as $5 a day (file photo)

Asian company XY.Life clinics, owned by Borderless Healthcare Group, said the practice, known as 'social egg freezing', is the secret to the low cost treatment (file photo)

Asian company XY.Life clinics, owned by Borderless Healthcare Group, said the practice, known as 'social egg freezing', is the secret to the low cost treatment (file photo)

Asian company XY.Life clinics, owned by Borderless Healthcare Group, said the practice, known as ‘social egg freezing’, is the secret to the low cost treatment (file photo)

 Founder of the company, Singaporean Dr Wei Siang Yu, also known as ‘Dr Love’ said ‘paying as you go’ is ‘attractive to millennials who are not happy to pay a big lump sum’.

‘XY.Life is positioned not to disrupt but to transform the whole fertility management industry,’ he said in a media statement on Tuesday.

 Social egg freezing is expected to become a global trend that will be popular for single women, young couples and those in the LGBT community, with Australian laws allowing donor sperm to fertilise eggs of single women.’

The company says it wants to empower women and girls to understand reproductive prospects by informing them about the amount of eggs they have, how they diminish in number and quality with age, and risk factors including smoking, excessive drinking, poor diet and sleep.

The company says it wants to empower women and girls to understand reproductive prospects (file photo)

The company says it wants to empower women and girls to understand reproductive prospects (file photo)

The company says it wants to empower women and girls to understand reproductive prospects (file photo)

 

 

 

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